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Brent Bolte

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Bemidji State University

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Bemidji State University

1500 Birchmont Drive Ne

Bemidji, Minnesota,56601

United States

Company Description

The Bemidji State University Foundation was established in 1969 with the belief that excellence in education at Bemidji State University can be greatly enhanced through private gifts. As a non-profit, tax exempt corporation, the Foundation is empowered to so...more

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Inside Athletics | Staff Directory | Official Site of Bemidji State Athletics

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Brent Bolte
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Rich Jahner | Football Coaches | Official Site of Bemidji State Athletics

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Brent Bolte
Head Coach Brent Bolte Head Coach In 2005, BSU linebacker coach Brent Bolte joined Jahner as Co-Defensive Coordinator, and the Jahner/Bolte coaching duo launched one of the most successful eras of defensive football in school history. In 2014, with the reigns of the defense transferred to the capable hands of Coach Bolte, Jahner began a new focus of his efforts to player development and community outreach.


Brent Bolte | Football Coaches | Official Site of Bemidji State Athletics

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Brent Bolte
Head Coach Brent Bolte Head Coach Brent Bolte Brent Bolte Head Coach Phone (218) 755-2768 Brent Bolte enters his 18th season on the Bemidji State coaching staff and was named head coach in July 2017 after 14 as a full-time assistant coach. Three seasons after his initial start with BSU in 2000, Bolte received a promotion to full-time assistant coach in August 2003. He was named Co-Defensive Coordinator in 2005 and since has helped mastermind one of the best defenses in the nation. The Gang Green defense has been a regular in the NCAA rankings since Bolte began his coordinator duties. The team has finished in the top seven nationally in rush defense three times, including leading the country in 2006, and top-20 five times. In the last eight seasons, the Beavers have finished in the top 20 in total defense on four occasions: 2006 (16th), 2009 (14th), 2010 (18th) and 2012 (15th). The 2011 version of the Gang Green defense held its opponents to 16.0 points per game to rank No. 3 in the nation. In 2012, the Beavers finished second in the NSIC in total defense (295.6 yards allowed per game), rushing defense (102.8 yards allowed per game) and scoring defense (18.7 points allowed per game), while they closed 2012 15th nationally in total defense, rushing defense and 18th in scoring defense. In addition, Cory Crosby earned All-NSIC First Team and Daktronics All-Central Region First Team honors, while freshman Connor Quinn was named All-NSIC as a second team member after he ended the season first in tackles among the NSIC's freshmen linebackers. In the last 14 seasons, Bolte has focused on the linebackers and has mentored an All-American, four all-region players and 31 All-NSIC selections, which includes at least one player on the all-conference first or second team in all but one season. Bolte helped mold the careers of players like Andrew Eagan, a two-time All-NSIC performer and Zach Christ, a 2006 all-conference and all-region selection and 2007 All-NSIC pick who finished his career ranked eighth on the BSU assisted tackles list with 168. The success and talent level of the linebackers under Bolte jumped to another level with Jake Anderson. Crosby and Buckley Wright are the most recent example of the type of player Bolte has consistently turned out, as Crosby finished his career as a three-time All-NSIC pick and in 2012 earned All-NSIC First Team, Daktronics All-Region First Team and Don Hansen All-Super Region Three Third Team honors after tying for second in the NSIC in total tackles. The 2015 Gang Green Defense under Coach Bolte was one of the best in the NSIC. The high level of play continued into 2016 with Bolte now serving as the interim Head Coach. The Gang Green Defense led the NSIC in interceptions (22) while ranking fifth in total defense (394.0 yards per game), sacks (33), and scoring defense (24.4 points per game). The defense, along with an offense that led the conference in scoring (45.6 points per game), helped the Beavers to a program record 9 total wins including the first postseason win in program history over Washburn in the Mineral Water Bowl. The team also set a record as 17 players were named to the NSIC All-Conference list including eight to the All-NSIC First Team, six to the All-NSIC Second Team and three to the All-NSIC Honorable Mention list. Bolte also had 4 players consisting of: Damon Benham, Jesse Hein, Jordan Hein and Brandon Schindler named to the 2016 Don Hansen NCAA Division II All-Super Region Three team and two players, Benham and Gunner Olszewski, named to the Conference Commissioner's Association (CCA) All-Super Region Three team. Bolte spent the 2000 and 2001 seasons as BSU's wide receivers coach, where he helped develop one of the NSIC's best receiving corps. Before joining the BSU staff, Bolte spent 1999 coaching wide receivers and quarterbacks at Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa. Born in Waterloo, Iowa, Bolte started and lettered four years as a linebacker at Cornell College in Mt. Vernon, Iowa. He helped the program capture the 1995 Midwest Athletics Conference championship and the 1996 Southern Division crown. He received All-MAC honors and left as the school's career leader in tackles (since broken). He graduated in 1998 with a double major in psychology and physical education. Bolte and his wife Kim have a son, Caden and daughter, Beth.


Football | News | Official Site of Bemidji State Athletics

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Bemidji State University head football coach Brent Bolte and the Beavers football team begin fall practices at 2:15 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 10 at Chet Anderson Stadium.
All members of the football squad report for check-in Wednesday ahead of Thursday's season-opening practice. Seven months removed from leading Bemidji State to a 9-3 overall record and to its first postseason victory as Interim Head Coach, Director of Athletics Tracy Dill today announced that Brent Bolte has been named Head Coach of the Beaver Football program.


BSUBeavers.com | Bolte selected to lead Bemidji State Football program

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Bolte selected to lead Bemidji State Football program
Seven months removed from leading Bemidji State to a 9-3 overall record and to its first postseason victory as Interim Head Coach, Director of Athletics Tracy Dill today announced that Brent Bolte has been named Head Coach of the Beaver Football program. Full Story Bolte selected to lead Bemidji State Football program Monday, July 17, 2017 Bolte selected to lead Bemidji State Football program Related Links Photos BEMIDJI, Minn. - Bemidji State University Director of Athletics Tracy Dill today announced that Brent Bolte has been named head coach of the Beaver Football program. Seven months removed from leading the Beavers to a 9-3 overall record and to its first postseason victory, a 36-23 triumph over Washburn University in the Mineral Water Bowl as its interim head coach, Bolte has been selected to guide the program into the future. "I think being a head coach in any sport is difficult," said Dill. "The ability to lead and inspire others is vital, but more importantly having the ability to connect with others is critical to the success of a program. Dill added, "I am confident that Brent possesses those attributes and has the vision to lead our program moving forward. "Brent is loyal to BSU, he is loyal to the alumni and he is loyal to his coaching staff. He truly wants to be here and make Beaver Football the best it can possibly be," said Dill, "In my opinion, how can you go wrong?" With his new title of head coach, Bolte will begin his 18th season on the Bemidji State coaching staff after 14 as a full-time assistant coach and spending the 2016 season as interim head coach. Beginning his tenure with BSU in 2000, after three seasons on the staff, Bolte was promoted to full-time assistant coach in 2003. He was named Co-Defensive Coordinator in 2005 and has since helped mastermind one of the best defenses in the nation. The Gang Green defense has annually finished amongst the top rush defenses in the country, including leading all of NCAA Division II in 2006. In the last nine seasons, the Beavers have finished in the top 20 in total defense on four occasions with the 2011 version of the Gang Green defense holding its opponents to 16.0 points per game to rank third nationally. That high level of play continued in 2016 with Bolte serving as the interim head coach. Prior to 2016, Bolte's has focused has been primarily on the linebackers and has mentored an All-American, four all-region players and 31 All-NSIC selections, which includes at least one player on the all-conference first or second team in all but one season. Before joining the BSU staff, Bolte spent 1999 coaching wide receivers and quarterbacks at Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa. Born in Waterloo, Iowa, Bolte started and lettered four years as a linebacker at Cornell College in Mt. Vernon, Iowa. He helped the program capture the 1995 Midwest Athletics Conference championship and the 1996 Southern Division crown. He received All-MAC honors and left as the school's career leader in tackles (since broken). He graduated in 1998 with a double major in psychology and physical education. Bolte and his wife Kim have a son, Caden, and daughter, Beth. They reside in Bemidji. Bolte was formally introduced at a press conference July 17.


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